The Twitter hashtag iPhone 12Studio has acquired Apple’s new icon. The hashflag may indicate that the iPhone 12’s new Apple Watch Studio style is coming, but it’s unclear exactly what the expensive custom icon will be used to promote.
This is the first time Apple has used the Twitter icon for anything other than its launch event. Apple has unveiled the hashflag logo for this week’s upcoming Apple event, as well as similar logos for the first two events.
Now, #iPhone12Studio的hashflag已经上线, it shows a picture of the iPhone 12 Pro Max case and the iPhone 12 Pro case stitched together with the MagSafe Wallet.
After the launch of the Apple Watch Series 5 in 2019, Apple launched the Apple Watch Studio on the Apple Store. This feature allows customers to combine different Apple Watch case sizes, finishes and straps to create a unique look. According to Apple, the Apple Watch Studio offers more than 1,000 different watch combinations.
The new hashflag could signal the imminent launch of a similar combination of the iPhone 12 and its MagSafe accessories. While Apple offers the iPhone 12, it also offers a variety of matching MagSafe phone casings and accessories, so Apple may want to take advantage of its growing accessories market to show users what different combinations might look like.
Twitter allows brands to add custom emoticons next to tags as a marketing strategy. Twitter’s hashflags, which can cost more than $1 million, are typically used for big events such as the Super Bowl or holidays, according to Agency Creative.